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If you have a vintage RV or a camper makeover that is inspirational with a lot of charm,

our readers would love to check it out and so would we!!

I might not be able to feature everyone’s, but I’ll try. 

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elaine muller October 22, 2011 at 5:40 pm

Cool retro t-shirts with vans, bugs, and trailers. Love them!!!


Cheryl Gonzalez November 1, 2011 at 9:02 pm

I found your site through a comment on someone’s Flickr page. My fiance and I have partially restored a 1957 Westerner travel trailer made by Westfield. We purchased it two years ago and have done some restoration to the interior mostly. We’ve decorated the trailer with a western theme and as much vintage items from the 1950’s as we could find. It’s really cute and people just love it when we take her camping. We love to show her off and give a tour to a passerby. We named her Daisy and she has all of the original curtains, tile, formica and upholstery. Thanks. It would be great if you could share our experience with others.


kerrie sanderson March 23, 2012 at 9:55 pm

Hi just found you. I have a 1972 vintage travel trailer called The Pearl(full name Nora Pearl). I already have a website for her and she was just featured in Romantic Country’s magazine summer issue. You are welcome to feature Nora Pearl here, just let me know when you do! thanks Happy Glamping.


Rene March 24, 2012 at 1:49 am

Thank you for your comment and I’m glad you found us! I looked at Nora Pearl and she is a gem!!
I’ll try and feature her right away!!!


Eileen May 24, 2012 at 3:25 am

My hubby bought a late 60’s to early 70’s Frolic years ago. The poor gal sat all alone and neglected until a week ago when I announced I needed a summer project. We towed her up to our back yard and the fun has begun! I am a lover of all things retro and it only made sense to bring her back to life. I have a long list of “to do’s”. I took before pics, and pics of the work in progress – so please stay tuned! I love your site – it’s so much fun. Thanks for fueling my inspiration :)


Rene May 24, 2012 at 3:38 am

Hi Eileen! Thanks for writing and telling me about your camper!! How exciting!! Let me know when you post pics and the fun begins :)


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